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Jigglypuff
Jigglypuff SSB4
Artwork from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U

Creator(s)

Various

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Willoughby Jackson's version
Ghosteo's version
MUGENX's version
Thunderbert's version

Origin

Pokémon

Jigglypuff is a Normal/Fairy-type Pokémon from the Pokémon series. It has made an appearance as a playable character in every game of the Super Smash Bros. series as an unlockable character with the exception of Super Smash Bros. for Wii U, where it is part of the starting roster. It evolves from Igglybuff and evolves into Wigglytuff. It appears at #039 in both the Kanto and National Pokédexes.

Jigglypuff are round, balloonish Pokémon known for singing a soothing melody. Using their large, alluring eyes to mesmerize predators, they send them to sleep with a lullaby, doing so by adjusting their vocal cords at the precise wavelength. They never pause to breathe as they sing, so if they encounter an opponent who doesn't get drowsy easily, they endanger their own life.

In M.U.G.E.N, Jigglypuff has been created by various creators, though MUGENX's Jigglypuff is known by its Japanese name of 'Purin'.

Willoughby Jackson's Jigglypuff

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Willoughby Jackson's version is based off the recurring Jigglypuff from the anime. It can use its microphone to attack, and draws an ancient symbol on itself to summon the Ancient Jigglypuff. This Jigglypuff, however, does something that never happened in the anime - it evolves into Wigglytuff to finish off the foe.

This Jigglypuff is also known to deal damage to its partner in Team Mode with some of its hyper attacks, not helped by the fact that they deal a lot of damage, and it is able to deal damage with its taunt. Jigglypuff's Body Slam attack can stun the opponent if it lands on the foe's head.

Stats

Life
1000

Power
3000

Attack
100

Defence
100

Movelist

Hovering the mouse cursor over the Command Input icons will display text that refers to the inputs set in M.U.G.E.N's Key Config.

Icons encased in square brackets [ Button-D ] require the respective button(s) to be held down. Hovering the mouse cursor over the icon displays the hold duration if applicable.

Specials

Name Command Input Properties
Double Slap QCF Button-abc
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Name Command Input Properties
Body slam QCB Button-abc
Name Command Input Properties
Defence Curl Button-D Button-D (C)Button-c or (Z)Button-z Counter
WJJiggsDefenseCurlWJJiggsDefenseCurl2

Hypers

Name Command Input Properties
Samurai's Beautiful Ink Cut QCB QCB (A)Button-a Uses 1000 Power
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Name Command Input Properties
Murder-Chain of the Sandman's Happy Song QCB QCB (B)Button-b Uses 2000 Power
WJJiggsSingMarkerAttack
Name Command Input Properties
Instant Happy Song of Death QCB QCB (C)Button-c Uses 3000 Power
WJJiggsSingMarkerAttack
Name Command Input Properties
Slap you silly QCF QCF (A)Button-a Uses 1000 Power
Name Command Input Properties
Smack my (Pikachu) up QCF QCF (B)Button-b Uses 2000 Power
Name Command Input Properties
Neo Geo Rumble QCF QCF (C)Button-c Uses 3000 Power
Name Command Input Properties
Rage Beyond Rage QCF QCF (C)Button-c+(A)Button-a+(B)Button-b+(Y)Button-y Life must be less than or equal to 200
Uses 3000 Power
Name Command Input Properties
Rest [ (C)Button-c ]
Name Command Input Properties
Strength increase [ (B)Button-b ]
Name Command Input Properties
Defence increase [ (A)Button-a ]

Palette Gallery

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Button-a
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MUGENX's Purin

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MUGENX made a Jigglypuff for a M.U.G.E.N fullgame under its Japanese name of Purin. Although its soundpack is in Japanese, it can be changed in the .cns file. It plays exactly like Jigglypuff does in Super Smash Bros., even being able to knock the opponent off the screen for a cheap victory.

Stats

Life
1000

Power
3000

Attack
100

Defence
100

Movelist

Hovering the mouse cursor over the Command Input icons will display text that refers to the inputs set in M.U.G.E.N's Key Config.

Icons encased in square brackets [ Button-D ] require the respective button(s) to be held down. Hovering the mouse cursor over the icon displays the hold duration if applicable.

Specials

Name Command Input Properties
Rollout (B)Button-b
Name Command Input Properties
Pound Button-F (B)Button-b
Name Command Input Properties
Sing Button-U (B)Button-b
Name Command Input Properties
Rest Button-D (B)Button-b

Hypers

Name Command Input Properties
Giant Jigglypuff QCF (A)Button-a+(B)Button-b Uses 3000 Power

Palette Gallery

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Button-a
Purin

Thunderbert's Jigglypuff

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This version of Jigglypuff plays very similarly to its Super Smash Bros. counterpart, being distinguished only by its ability to call helpers and its two hyper attacks. It cannot guard through holding backwards, so instead uses a bubble shield that wears down over time, though it doesn't shrink any faster through receiving damage, and automatically fully regenerates itself the moment it's not in use.

Its small size makes it difficult to hit with larger characters and its single bar of power (1000) handicaps its ally depending on which way round they are. As previously mentioned, it has two hyper attacks; both use Jigglypuff's entire power meter, though one makes the other completely redundant, as it can K.O. the opponent in one hit, while the other only deals a fair amount of damage.

Palette Gallery

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Button-a
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Button-b
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Button-c
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Button-x
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